Dengeki G’s Magazine March/April 2011

Dengeki G's


My catch-up continues. I have opened the box for the March 2011 issue of Dengeki G’s Magazine before I left for a trip to China, but I was not able to publish it in time. This, combined with the censorship of WordPress from the PRC meant I had no choice.

Hit past the break for coverage of two issues.


Dengeki G’s Magazine December 2010

Dengeki G's

Yes, I realize it is May 2011 but due to the staggering amount of work I had to do in the last two semesters, I have had 5 issues of G’s Magazine pile up on me without warning. Here’s my attempt to cover what’s relevant, 5 months after the fact.


December 2010’s cover predominantly featured Kanbe Kotori, one of the main female protagonist from Key’s latest work, Rewrite.


More photos of the specials past the break.

Dengeki G’s Magazine November 2010

Dengeki G's

Yes, I realize this is February 2011, not Novvember 2010. But I figured I should go in order nonetheless, as these magazines have been waiting for a post ever since I received them.


As you notice the November 2010 issue prominently featured Misaka Mikoto (or Biribiri). Makes sense as the second season of To Aru Majyutsu no Index began airing on October 2010.



There were three specials for November 2010.

Writing Mat

First up, a Love Plus+ writing mat, or shitajiki. It features all girls on one side, and another girl on the other. I’m not too familiar with Love Plus+ series so pardon my lack of knowledge.


Hit past the break for shower posters!

To Aru Kagaku no Railgun Clear File Unwrapping!

Purchases, To Aru Series

This arrived with my Rewrite OP 「Philosophyz」 CD earlier this morning. I hurriedly unwrapped it so I could use it for university today. It really helps keep all the notes free of wrinkles and folds.



Hit past the break for a great looking clear file!

OreImo & To Aru Collaboration Bus!

Ore no Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai

Sighted at Akibahara:


What’s that?


It’s a bus featuring Index from the To Aru series!


There’s also a Kirino version running amok as well, advertising her newest PSP game, to go on sale today.


This kind of open mind is why Japan is such an awesome place.